"This is turmoil, it’s chaos, it’s confusion, it’s not good for anything," said attorney Ted Olson.
The Human Rights Campaign is bringing in a legal heavyweight to fight North Carolina's HB 2.
Great minds don't always think alike, and that's a good thing.
Seven years ago this month, I traveled to Ecuador's rainforest to learn about one of the world's largest environmental oil disasters. It was a life-changing trip.
Death stalks each generation in its own way, as activist David Mixner reminded us last week. He movingly recounted assisting the suicides of friends who were suffering through the final stages of AIDS in the 1980s. Testaments like his must be given if the new generation is to have any idea of the price that was paid by those who came before.
Last week, a U.S. District Court judge in Puerto Rico dismissed a challenge to a law there that limits marriage to one man
This week I was invited to join a media conference call immediately following the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals' favorable ruling in Virginia's Bostic v. Schaefer marriage-equality case.
Republican support for same-sex marriage has grown consistently over the past decade among Republicans -- especially young
Since the publication of Jo Becker's controversial Forcing the Spring, it's fair to say that the Prop 8 legal team have been on the defensive. A lot of us have wondered what they thought about the book, so last week I interviewed Ted Olson, a lifelong Republican and former solicitor general under George W. Bush, and put these and other questions to him.
Ted Olson and David Boies made history when they teamed up to overturn Proposition 8 in 2013, but what made their joint effort